Weedon Vets

Weedon VetsWelcome to Weedon Vets!

Due to increasing demand Towcester Veterinary Centre Group opened a new small animal clinic in Weedon in the Spring of 2014. Towcester Veterinary Centre has been providing veterinary services to all creatures great and small in the area for over 100 years.

About us
We pride ourselves on being an extremely friendly and approachable team at Weedon. We believe that every animal deserves the highest standard of veterinary care and that every client should receive exceptional customer service.

Our purpose built Weedon practice is equipped with a state-of-the-art operating theatre, digital x-ray, dental facilities and lab. If you would like a tour of Weedon Vets then just call our reception team and they will arrange this for you.

Providing our own emergency service
We are one of the few practices in the area still providing our own out-of-hours emergency service. This is run from the Towcester Veterinary Centre hospital by our own vets and nurses (so if you are seen in an emergency you may well have the reassurance of seeing a familiar face).

All the latest news
We aim to keep you updated on topical issues through regular posts on our Blog, Facebook page and Twitter. We also hold occasional informal client talks at venues in the area.

We look forward to welcoming you and your pets to our community!

We are excited to announce that Towcester Vets is proudly using Pets App which allows you to request appointments, discuss your account, order prescriptions, order pet food and also pay for invoices. Once downloaded, choose ‘Towcester Vets’ as your surgery, register your pets! pic.twitter.com/qnFNgcIf3a

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Our Team

We have a small and friendly team at Weedon Vets. You can find out a bit more about them here.

Training and development

To ensure we stay up to date and can provide your pet with the latest medical and surgical care, continual professional development courses are compulsory for all our vets, nurses and ancillary staff.

An RCVS accredited Veterinary Nurse Training Centre

We also take an active role in nursing education. Our training nurses receive thorough, on-site practical training under the supervision of our vets, qualified nurses and assessors.

Helen Pope MA VetMB CertSAS MRCVS - Partner

Helen Pope MA VetMB CertSAS MRCVS Partner

    Helen qualified from Cambridge University in 1984 and started working at Towcester Veterinary Centre shortly afterwards. She became a partner at the practice in 1994 and passed the RCVS certificate examination in Small Animal Surgery in 2010.

    Helen enjoys the job every part of her job from the consulting to the operating and taking surgical referrals from other practices. She especially enjoys complex orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery. She is one of the only people in Northamptonshire registered to carry out laparoscopic (keyhole abdominal) surgery in animals.Outside work Helen enjoys running – so much so that’s she completed nine marathons! She also competes with her horse regularly. She has had working Labradors and Cocker Spaniels over the years. Helen also very much enjoys watching top class rugby.!

    Gill Cameron - Registered Veterinary Nurse

    Gill Cameron Registered Veterinary Nurse


      I qualified in 1999 and since then have worked in many places around the country, mainly while locuming. I am cat crazy and have so far hand reared 22 kittens, 2 puppies and 6 rabbits! I currently have 4 cats of my own, all rescues of course! I have an entertaining 5 year old little boy who takes up most of my time now, he is also animal mad!

      Billie Westley - Registered Veterinary Nurse

      Billie Westley Registered Veterinary Nurse


        Billie joined Towcester Veterinary Centre in 2014 and qualified as a veterinary nurse from Warwickshire college in 2016.
        In practice she enjoys organising and running nurse clinics, particularly our Podgy Paws clinic.
        She has a collection of animals including her three dogs Bella, Eski and Sam, Beryl the bunny and ten rescue hens.

        Alison Nicholls - Receptionist

        Alison Nicholls Receptionist

          Alison joined Weedon Vets as a receptionist in March 2015. Initially she trained as a radiographer before joining the family business in Towcester in which she has worked for the last 20 years.

          Alison comes from a farming family and has always had a love of all animals. Growing up she was surrounded by pets which included dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, budgerigars, fish and tortoises.Earlier in the year she decided to use her previous medical experience and combine it with her love of animals to work in a Veterinary practice. Meeting pets and their owners, she has quickly realised that this is her perfect job and thoroughly enjoys her role within the practice team.Alison currently has one re-homed cat called Sammy, however I don’t think it will be too long before she is joined by a little brother or sister!

          Becci Thompson - Receptionist

          Becci Thompson Receptionist

            Becci has always had a passion for animals and thoroughly enjoys being able to interact with all the pets and their owners that come to Weedon vets. Having started working for a previous veterinary practice back in November 2014, she realised very quickly that this was something she would love to pursue.

            Whilst growing up, Becci had many different pets including an iguana, a ferret, 2 German shepherds and a working Labrador. She also attended a lot of shooting days and really enjoyed taking part in clay pigeon shooting regularly.In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors and walking, and has walked to the top of Snowdon (but sadly took the train back to the bottom). One of her fondest memories is being fortunate enough to have canoed along the river in the Florida quays.

            Becca Coyne - Nursing Assistant

            Becca Coyne Nursing Assistant

              My name is Rebecca Coyne and I joined the nursing team and Towcester and Weedon as their kennel assistant last June in 2016. This year I have decided to progress further and start working towards starting my vet nurse training within the practice as it has always been something I have been interested in.
              I have a Level 3 diploma in Animal management which I completed in 2015 at moulton college, since then I have working in a boarding kennels and volunteered in a dog shelter close to me.
              At home I have two dogs, one rescue dog who is a cross breed and my own dog Lottie who is a French Bulldog and has just turned one years old.


              Get in touch

              call us on 01327 344999 for advice or to book your appointment

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              Weedon Vets 1 The Bungalows, Watling Street, Weedon, NN7 4QQ

              Opening Hours
              Monday - Friday
              8:30am - 6pm
              Small Animal Consulting
              Monday - Friday
              9am - 11am and 4pm - 6pm.
              01327 344999
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